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A short film about the mega classic boulder problem Deliverance at the Stanage Plantation.
© Bunchuk, Mar 2009
"At V8 7b+, it was way out of my league and it was always likely I would fail on it. However, the line is so good and problem so fantastic I couldn't stop trying it."
"This is a film about failure but not in a negative way. I suppose it's about the fun we can have along the way, even if we don't always win."
This is an 'Ugly Monkey Production'